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Yr 7 E-safety - Lesson 2

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Caroline James

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Yr 7 E-safety - Lesson 2

Wildern School E-SAFETY BAROMETER
Your teacher will give you a card. Place it facing down on the barometer

IS IT SAFE?
IS IT RISKY?
IS IT FAR TOO DANGEROUS?
Discuss with class your decisions
ONLINE DANGERS Students will:
Understand what the SMART e-safety rules
Understand how be a smart online citizen Lesson Objectives Esafety CYBERBULLYING

Can you give an example of how someone could cyberbully through these different technologies

MOBILE

VIDEO

CHATROOM

SOCIAL NETWORK Online Safety & Cyberbullying GROUP ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES Wildern also wants to prepare you for the wider world and issues related to Internet safety must now be covered. It is important we teach you to behave safely online and wherever you use the Internet. Look at each image and write the first thought that comes into your mind.

Then share thoughts with class. PLENARY SMART RULES REPORT Choose one of the smart rules and give one piece of advice on what you should/not do online

Discuss your advice to the class Never keep things to yourself
Tell an adult
Tell a teacher
Report to CEOP Never keep things to yourself
Tell an adult
Tell a teacher
Report to CEOP REPORT CYBERBULLYING STARTER How can you protect yourself online?
Discuss in pairs how to protect yourselves online
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